Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on this $25.9M, 540-calendar-day project to provide a complete renovation, including both interior and exterior repairs, for a complete and usable building for housing soldiers. The project will repair and reconfigure the existing barracks Building 09175, to align with the current standard for Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH). The building was originally constructed 1985-88 with 2/2 dwelling modules. The new layout for the building will be 1/1 dwelling modules to align with the UEPH guidelines.
Doyon Management Services will be working with the National Park Services (NPS) on this 395 calendar-day project to rehabilitate 4,500-SF of historic Youngs House to its period of significance of 1907-1922. Work includes but not limited to restoration and reconstruction of Queen Anne style window sashes, ornamental concrete block front porch, glass conservatory and pergola, and fountain. The project also includes upgrades to electrical, lighting, heating, ventilation, and cooling, security systems, ADA accessibility of doorways, restrooms and installation of a passenger elevator.
Doyon Management Services (DMS) will be working with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on this 90 calendar-day project to improve site amenities at three camp sites around Eugene, OR. At the Clay Creek Recreation DMS will be extending the existing waterline, providing ADA upgrades and an asphalt driveway, upgrading electric power conduit and wiring from the solar system, and install LED lighting. At the Sharps Creek Recreation Site, DMS will be removing an existing shed, replacing submersible well pump, install a water treatment building and line, providing ADA upgrades and an asphalt driveway, and installing a wastewater holding tank. at the Shotgun Creek Recreation Site, DMS will be installing an RV Metal Carport.
Doyon Technical Services will be working with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) on this 180 calendar-day project to strengthen the National Water Level Observing Network (NWLON) observing capabilities. This work requires investigation, procurement, and construction services for the demo and replacement of the existing boat launch platform, repair of the existing cathodic protection system (including replacement of the existing anode) and miscellaneous coating repairs that will limit future corrosion issues located on the existing Single Pile Instrumentation Platform (SPIP) and include support brackets, clamps, plates, cage ladder, and the upper instrumentation platform, along with the removal and disposal of an existing boat launch platform structure at Calcasieu Pass, Louisiana.
Doyon Management Services will be working with USACE Seattle at Joint Base Lewis-McChord on this 180 calendar-day project to provide and install a 20-ton packaged chiller and upgraded building J01159’s HVAC DDC system. The current chiller is in a failed condition and must be replaced. The project includes controlled removal and recycle of the existing chiller per EPA standards and installation of a new chiller system with two-scroll compressors, prepackaged, factory tested, and equipment for point monitoring, programable setpoints, chiller enable/disabled, and interface with the buildings JACE system.
Awarded in August of 2021, Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntsville District on this 8(a), 5-year, Design-Build, $95M Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) Access Control Point (ACP) Program.
This contract will provide repair and renewal services in support of the U.S. Army, and other federal agencies with ACP Design Build repair, renovation, conversion, alteration, additions, construction, commissioning, testing, measurement and verification, and equipment procurement/installation at Government installations and facilities. It will also include electrical power distribution systems, grounding systems, standby and emergency power, lightning and surge protection, short-circuit coordination studies, reliability/availability studies, Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning systems, fire protection systems, fire alarm/mass notification, communications systems, energy and energy conservation, and facility commissioning/re-commissioning.
Doyon Project Services will be working with USACE Mobile District on this 320 calendar-day Design-Build project off of it’s MEDCOM contract to renovate the Sleep Research Center on the 2nd Floor of Building 503 at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Forest Glen Annex, Silver Spring, MD. The project includes removal, storage and de/re-installation of all equipment, furniture, furnishings, resource protection, information technology, systems and communications to and from the designated transition space and final space for all departments impacted by the construction effort.
Cherokee General Corporation will be working with the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) on this project to remove buildings, foundations, and equipment from BPA Radio Stations that are no longer needed for controlling the bulk electrical power system. Work will be completed at seven (7) radio sites in Oregon and one (1) radio site in Washington.
Cherokee General Corporation will be working with JLL at the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) Headquarters (HQ) for the 5th Floor Operations Center Tenant Improvement. This project will relocate several departments to a new Project Operations Center (POC) on the 5th floor of the HQ building and will include demolition and construction of walls for the new POC area, including the break room, conference rooms, etc. The project also includes design and modification of existing mechanical, electrical, lighting and fire suppression/life safety infrastructure to support new POC area.
Doyon Technical Services will be working with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic on this 365 calendar-day project to replace the existing heating boilers that service the building steam loops with new natural gas fired steam boilers. Building 95, Officer’s Club, is a two-story structure, including a mezzanine. The 34,975-square foot building was constructed in 1919 and is currently used as a restaurant and dining hall.